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THE AKGU8, TUESDAY, ;NOVEMEIt 10, 1903.
The November term of the district
court opened this morning at 9
o'clock. Judge," Wolfe, of Clinton, ar
rived in the city and the docket was
called at that time. At 10 o'clock the
Leonidas case was called before the
court for trial. .Finite Hollinper has
gone to Clinton and will ojen court
there, and will remain until the Leon
idas case is ver, when the two judges
will exchange places and .ludije P.ol
linprer will x-ojne to Davenport for the
remainder of the term.
Twelve straight striked, a perfect
score in the game of ten pins ami a
record that has- never been equaled
in the tri-cities is the honor that Ar
thur Vinall bears and is receiving the
congratulations of his friends. In a
match game en the Davenport alleys
Sunday night between Vinall and
Dolder, a bowler of Rock Island,
Vinall succeeded in doing what is the
umbition if every bowler, but what
few. succeed in doing. He made 12
successive strikes and made the high
est possible sec re that can be made
in a game of ten pins. The record
.lias never been equaled in the tri-
Vittes and there seems to be no au
thority. that it has ever been made in
the state of Iowa, though some claim
that it was riiade several years ago.
Chief Engineer V. P. Iloright, of
the I. & I. road, states that the com
pany" has already unloaded the ma
terial at the quarry at the entrance
to Pettendorf for the construction of
a temporary trestle over which the
car may pass u-ntil the completion of
the permanent fill. This quarry is 11
feet deep and has a length of 400 feet.
On account cf the several rises in the
stage of the river during the past
en son the quarry has remained tilled
with water, which has greatly inter
fered with construction work on the
I. & I. road at this point as well as
along the Wapsie bottoms. The tres
tle will only be utilized until the per
manent fill is completed. The I. & I.
company now has 85 teams and 130
men at work ujon its line and are
pushing the work of construction as
fast as possible. They expect to be
operating cars between Davenport
and I'ettendorf within the course of
a few weeks. The time set for the
completion of the line into Clinton in
The Davenport Ministerial associa
tion held a meeting yesterday in the
Y. XL C. A. parlors which was quite
well attended. It was decided to this
year hold the union Thanksgiving
service in the evening instead of the
morning of Thanksgiving day. This
union service, participated in lj,v all
the churches of Ihe city, will be held
at the Calvary Uaptist church and the
Kermcn will be delivered- by Dr. C. A.
Moore, pastor of the--Kd wards Congre
gational church. At yesterday's meet
ing Kev. V. Ij. Thompson, of the Cen
tral church, read a paper upon "John
Wesley" and llishop Xlorrison deliver
ed an address upon "Christian Union.
The first work in transforming
Camp McClellan into a beautiful res
idence district began yesterday, when
A. C. Cooley, with a force of some
twenty or thirty men, started to clear
up the grounds.
Watch for the trian
gular label on the bot
tle it stands for uni
formity and all that's
good and pure in beer.
Always the same good
IJeardsley & llailey,
agents, Rock Island.
Non-Intoxicant For Tonic Purposes
- . ; r DRUGGISTS.
City (Amutil Chamber, Hock, Island
Nov. '.) The Council met in regular ses
sion. Mayor -..lctVoiiochie presiding, and
all the aldermen present.
The Clerk read the minutes of the
last regular meeting which' were ap
proved as rend.
Alderman Anderson moved that when
Council adjourn it be to next Thursday
at 2 p. m. Carried.
The Clerk presented plat of McCabe's
first addition. Referred to street and
Clerk read bids for new bridge across
Rock River as follows: C. E. Walker,
r.i'llefountaine, Ohio, $!.2iM, concrete
pedestals 7 per cubic yard, jacket and
pier .!.! per cubic yard including rods.
Iifaycttc Engineering Co., ljafayette
Ind. $10,059, XIassillon P.ridge Co., Chi
cago, 111., $10,430, their plans $0,430.
Clinton P.ridge & Iron Works, Clinton,
Iowa, $10,731). Alderman lilochlinger
moved that bids be referred to bridge
and finance committees. Mayor and City
Engineer to report next Monday even
The clerk read bid of People's Power Co.
tor lighting streets and alleys of city of
Rock Island, for period of five years
from Feb. 0. 1004 at $. per lighf. Re
ferred to tire and light and finance
committees, Mayor and City Attorney
to report at next meeting on motion of
The Clerk read petition from Blake &
Xlurphy for sewer connections. Referred
to sewer committee with power to act.
The (lerk read a petition from Mc
Kinley Chapel asking that sidewalk be
filled on south side of church. Granted
on motion of Alderman Eckhart.
Council adjourned on motion of Alder
man Robbins. II. C. SCHAFFER,
NEWS IN OUTLINE
Eight new cases of bubonic plague
and one death have occurred in Kio
The i'nited1 States cruiser Detroit
was at Buenos Ayres Saturday.
Commissioner Frank P.Snrgtnt, who
was stricken, with paralysis, continue
At Sa ndringham.Klng Ed ward's coun
try home, the tenants were given a
dinner ou his birthday, the king, queen
and royal family passing around the
dessert to the guests.
The political situation iu San Do
Delegates of the Central Labor ut
ion, of Philadelphia, had a heated dis
cussion over the assertion that a uu
ion mau violates trade union prin
ciples when he allows his wife to mend
The Xlosely educational commission
left Chicago after a week spent iu
studying the' sfhcol system.
The State bank at Parker's Prairie,
.Minn., was robbed, the safe being loot
ed of every elolhir it contained $.'!,tXiO.
The first snow of the -season lias
alien at Minneapolis.
, The San Jose scale-has been discov
ered In I'nitrel States apples at the
SIMPLE CATARRH REMEDY
Cared of Piles After 40 Yearn.
C. Haney, of Geneva, Ohio, had the
piles for 40 years. Doctors anel eiol
lars could do him no lasting good.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured
him permanently. Invaluable for cuts,
burns, bruises, sprains, lacerations,
eczema, tetter, salt rheum, and all
other skin diseases. Look for the
name DeWitt on the. package all
others are cheap, worthless counter
feits. Sold by all tlruggists.
Just Breathe Ilromei Four Tlmei a
and be Cared.
If a few years ago some one had
said you can cure catarrh by breath
ing air charged with a healing balin,
the idea would have been ridiculed
and it remained for that eminent in
vestigator, K. T. Booth, to discover in
Hyomei this method of cure.
Hyomei has performed almost miri
aculous cures of catrarrh and is to
day recognizeel by leading members of
the medical profession as the only ad
vertised remedy that can be relied
upon to do just what it claims. The
complete otitiit of Hyomei costs but
$1.1)0 and consists of an inhaler, a
medicine elropper and a bottle of Hyo
mei. Breathe Hyomei through the inhal
er for a few minutes four times a day
and it will cure the worst case of
catarrh. It sooths and- heals the mu
cous membrane of the air passages,
prevents irritation, and effects a com
plete and lasting cure.
In Rock Island there are scores of
well known people who say they have
been cured' of catarrh by Hyomei. If
it does not cure you, T. H. Thomas
will return the money you paid fir
Hyomei. This is the strongest evidence
that can be offered as to his faith in
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most remarkable eases
of ii cold, deep-seated on the lungs,
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fenner, Xlarion, Ind..
who was entirely cured by the use of
One Minute Cough Cure. She says:
'"The coughing ami straining so weak
ened me that I ran down in weight
from 14s to 02 pounds. I tried a num
ber of remedies to no avail until I
used One Minute Cough Cure., Four
bottles of this wonderful remedy cur
ed me entirely of the cough, strength
ened my lungs and restored me 'to my
normal weight, health and strength.'
Sold by all druggists.
All the news all the time The
Yesterday nine or ten of the strik
ing moldcrs went back to work at the
Xloline Elevator company and a set
tlement has been reached. What con
cessions were made by the manufac
turers or the m lders is not stated
by either party, with the exception
that they have agreed upon certain
points and the men are back at work.
It is unofficially reported that the
men Work 10 hours a day at increased
pay, shutting down at '' on Saturday.
It is now ascertained for a certainty
that the implement molders of Deere
Sr. Co., Xloline Plow company, and
Deere & XIansur company have been
put on the lockout benefit list by the
executive board of the National Mold
ers' union and that the men will re
ceive the same benefit as the striking
machine molders until the settlement
is reached with the implement manu
facturers. As a result of the decision
on the part of the executive board.
Wednesday, the regular pay day for
the striking molders, will see all of
the implement molders also drawing
a ocnciu ironi Hie Treasury ot uie na
tional union. This will bring the Xlo
line benefit list beyond the -00 mark
and will make the weekly amount of
money paid out by the national or
.-"'iiiei mug out or ine ordinary, a
sort of all-star attraction, is under
way in Rockford wrestling circles,
and as a result of negotiations now
pending Emil Klank and XIartin Lew
is, two wrestlers well known here.
may meet lidding Ardahl. the Xloline
giant, in a handicap wrestling match
Lewis and Klank wish to meet Ardahl,
the' latter to throw the two in one
hour.rof wrestling. Ardahl Iras been
communicated with and will give li is
answer to the proposition at a later
C. E. Xlay, for several years one of
the owners of the Evening .Mail, ha
departed for Rockford, where he will
become advertising manager for the
Rockford Republic. XI r. Xlay still re
tains his interest in the Mail, the gen
eral understanding being that he is a
half owner in the plant. Xlr. XIav's
place as advertising manager on the
XIail w ill lie filled by W. A. Jones. 'for
merly Xlr. .May's partner in the own
ership of the paper. Xlr. .Tones re
turns to the harness after an absence
of almost two years.
The East End te
what they could do
when they defeated
from Columbus .1 unction, Iowa, by
the one-sided score of 47 to 0. This
is the second time they have run up
the same score. The Xloline boys
thought from the reputation the Iowa
team had they would have a hard
game, but this projed as easy as most
of the games they have had. The vis
itors were a trifle heavier, but they
showed by the playing that they lack
ed practice and were no match for
the locals in speed and wind.
The Henney Buggy company, now
controlled by the Moline Plow com
7atiy, is installing a new steam plant
of 200-horse power with a Corliss en
gine of 100-horse power. The arrival
of the engine, which is being built at
.loliet, has been delayed by strikes,
and the starting up of the factory at
Freeport has also been delayed in
consequence. With its new power
plant and the other improvements
uu again showed
on the gridiron
the husky team
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It will treat you the same way. You can not be constipated and
remain strong and well. Indigestion and dyspepsia are its symptoms.
If you belch you have constipation. Dr. Dill first got constipation, then
he lost his appetite, he became weak and sick, his kidneys went back
on him and he had to give up his practice:
DR. DILL, St. Louis, Mo.
just as it will cure you. Constipation is the rotting of undigested food in the stomach. J
A physic won't cure. It makes it worse. Pills, Castor-oil, Salts and other such treat-
ments are no good in a case like this. Dr. Dill tried them all. Mull's Grape Tonic
will not physic a well man. Its action on a constipated person is quick and permanent,
A St. Louis Doctor Tells Clow Ho IVas Cured.
Gentlemen: 1 beg to thank you for calling my attention to Mull's Grape Tonic, some time ago.
.Mv Drofeasion reauiren nlnnn anolicatinn anti rvnfinpmpnt t.n thn rfKr inH ftr covaral vp a m nf this Indnnr isoHontnrv
life, my health completely broke down; my stomach was bad, my liver out of sorts and I felt tired and worn-out all the time, fl
W hen you first showed me Mull's Grape Tonic I was skeptical, but took your word for it, and now after taking several
comes, ieei as wen as l ever aid in my life. It is a splendid medicine for the stomach and bowels, and the best general tonic
I ever saw. I thank jou again for calling my attention to Mull's Grape Tonic. Yours very respectfullv,
810 North Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. Dll. E. A. DILL.
This is not the only doctor who recommends this great cure. Mull's Grape Tonic is
pleasant to take. It will cleanse the entire system of all disease. It will make strong muscles
and solid flesh because it makes pure rich blood. If it fails, you can have your money back.
The grape is the greatest flesh-lpuiider known. Mull's Grape Tonic is in no way like cathartics
and pills. Most peonle who are run down are sufferers from constipation. Cdd-liver oil won't
. .help them because it increases the constipation habit. Mull's Grane Tonic will Dositivelv cure.
For a large sample bottle send 10 cents to 'cover postage to Lihtnine- Medicine Co.. Rock Island. 111.
All druggists sell Mull's, Grape.Tonic. 50 cents a bottle. .-, .; . : ; . :. :.J. , ' . - '
i v yr '
To cleanse the
I1! ' Effectually
Dispels colds and
bilious or con
stipated; For men, women
is only Acts beston
one Genuine u) the kidneys
Syrup of Figs; and liver,
to get its bene- stomach and
ficial effects ; bowels;
Always buy the genuine Manufactured by tfco
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;v: Louisville, Ky rran6M,wu' ewYbrk.A.
The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class
druggists. The full name of the company California
Fig Syrup Co. is always printed on the front
of every package. Price Fifty Cents per bottle.
that have lu-oii made, the Honiu'V
company will be able to do business
in the most efficient and economical
T. M. Seehler left yesterday after
noon for Cincinnati to attend the an
nual convention of the Tri-State Im
plement Vehicle Dealers' associa
tion. In the larye exhibit at the Mu
sic hall in that city the I). M. Seehler
Carriage company will hae the T.lack
Hawk cornplanter prominently dis
played. .1. II. Samuels and A. T. Me-l-'hain
lelt for the same citv today.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
84.6.1 to SpriuKtieUJ. IU.. via C. Ii. & .
Nov. 10, 17 and IS the C. 15. &. Q.
vill have on sale round trip tickets
to Sprimrfield. 111., and relurn at the
rate of $l.i.1. jrood to return until
Nov. 21. Three dilrerent routes and
8 1.(15 to Sprlniflleld and Ketum via. tbe
On Nov. If.. 1? and 18 the Kock Isl
and will tell round trip tickets to
Springfield at rate of .f4.0.", good to
return' up to Nov. 21.
i -fir, to SprIoc"Il and lietnru via Short
On Nov. Hi. 17 and 1 S the Kock Isl
am! will sell round trip tickets to
Spring-field at above rate. The In-st
of service an 1 quickest lime.
Cheap Ticket H to the I.lve Stork Show.
The International Live Stock expo
sition will be held at the union stock
yards in Chicago from Nov. 2S to Dec.
.", '.;;. This will be the greatest ex
position of live stock ever held.
Thoroughbred stock from all over the
United States will be on exhibition.
Cheap tickets will be on sale via the
Uurlington. Ask the nearest agent
I 'or Thankftcl vine Ir
a rate of one tyre and a -third for the
round trip lute been authorized to
points within l.V) mites on the Nickel
IMale road, g-ood returning- In and including-
Nov. :(. I'M)!!, l.a Salle street
passenger station, Chicago, corner
Van Uu re n and La Salle street, on the
Klevated loop. City ticket office. 111
Adams street and Auditorium Annex.
'Phone Central 20."7.
The Nickel 1'Iate Itoart
will sell tickets within distances of
150 miles. Nov. 25 and 2(1, at rate of a
fare and a Ihird for Ihe round trip
account Thanksgiving day. lie urn
limit Nov. HO, l'.tO:;. Three through
trains daily to Fort Wayne, Cleveland.
Krie, UufTalo. New York, ltoston and
Xew Kngland points, on Nickel Plate
roaI. Jdeals. forved in Nickel Plate
dining cars on American club plan.
ranging5 in price from 35 cents to $1;
also a la carte. Chicago city ticket
offices, 111 Adams street and Auditor
ium. Annex.- "Phone Central 2057. De
pot, l.a Salle, and Van Iltiren streets,
on the Klevated loop.
Doesn't IleMpect Old A re.
It's shameful when youth fails to
show proper respect for old age. but
just the contrary in the ease 'of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They cut off
maladies, no matter how severe and
irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia,
jaundice, fever, constipation, all yield
to this perfect pill. 25 cents, at Hartz
& Ulleuieyer's drug- store. - - -
I cure Piles, Fistula, Chronic
Constipation, Fissures, and all oth
er Rectal and Intestinal Diseases
without pain or the knife.
Kvery victim of piles knows too
well the discomfort and annoyance
they cause. Piles arc always an indi
cation of disorder which, if neglccte.I
certainly leads to the most serious
rectal and' intestinal diseases.
I cure piles, allaving the rectal in
flammation and removing its causes.
Many diseases and disorders of the
delicate female organs are the result
of rectal ai!nients'a:i ! cannot be cured
until the cause is removed. Thous
and's of women are siitVering daily tor
tures from fcnia'c disorders because
their physicians have not discovered,
that the cause of their trouble is some
rectal disease. I have given special
attention during my vears of study
and practice to Ihe reflex action of
rectal diseases on the female organs
and have cured hundreds of cases of
female disorders which have baffled
other physicians for years. Women,
suffering from diseases peculiar to
their sex which their physicians have
been unable to cure should consult
me. .My office otters every privacy
and female attendants are at the ser
v ice of my patients.
I cure all disorders of the Kectum
The entire digestive tract from the
stomach to the rectum is one of my
specialties. My methods of treatment
otTcr a certain cure for all diseases
of ihis portion of the human system
and their reflexes whenever a cure is
possible to human skill. I do not
take all cases, but 1 guarantee a
cure whenever I take a case.
1 am especially desirous of casts
which other physicians have failed to
cure. Physicians having obstinate
cases under treatment are invitc-l to
consult me, free of charge.
Call and investigate. Consultation
Dr. llorne's P.io-Chemic treatment
and the free, X-RAY KXAMINATIOX.
Mitchell Sr I.vnde P.ldg.. Kock Isl
and. Take elevator to 4th floor.
Rooms 40. 5( and 51. Hours to 5.
Evenings 7 to S. Sunday !) in 12.
are made in the Largest Stove
Plaint in Ua -I A ...U.A ,..
1 lain in iwt MUliU; WIICIC nicy
Sp-SRx know how, and every genuine
-n.w-tw.i-m - i i i . . j
j jcwci iius tnis iraae marK ana
makers' name, "Detroit Stove
Works," cast on it.
You Can Keep Fire Longer
with least attention, at less expense.
w - w V. IL
PiT-'Gb-V In n f.-trot Hal- CtrvvA than in H
any uuier maKeoi uaK .STt fZU i "AN
Stove. If you want low f-U
fuel bills, don't accept4 Wgjya
a substitute. .
HUT liUJf VUlfiUWES i .-r
wenuine jewcn mre moia ana recomrnenaca dj
Allen, Myers (Si Company.
Diamonds Going Down Instead cf Up.
$5,000 stock of diamonds, watches, jewelry, clothing-, hicvcles and other
merchandise beinff sold at grvat bargains at SIECElS LOAN OFFICE, 320
Twentieth street, "phone 0C3 brown.